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Tag Archives: pooh
A new one sheet for Winnie The Pooh has been released: They’re definitely going for less is more with this poster. Also interesting are some of the names that have been attached as voice actors. Craig Ferguson, ruler of the … Continue reading
This is the sort of story I think we should see more of in the business world. The Walt Disney Company has a long history of aggressively protecting their trademarks. Of late, Disney has spent a lot of time in … Continue reading
I was at the Magic Kingdom early Saturday morning with my son making our usual rounds. Since the new interactive play queue for Winnie The Pooh opened, one of my son’s favorite things to do has been to get in … Continue reading
My wife took the kid to the Magic Kingdom today and reported that parts of the new queue for Winnie-The-Pooh attraction were open today. The queue is part of Imagineering’s attempt to make waiting in line less like waiting and … Continue reading